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    Looks like it could use a new set of sweepers, that’s about fifteen minutes. But it looks like you’ve done pretty well!
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    I am going to do a full repaint restore next summer. I want it functional to use through the winter. The sweep, frame paint, and mocked up control panel will wait til after winter. For now the sweep works really well and makes good contact with the bowl so I will hit the top with sand paper and wool for now. I know its quick but sense it's the older style catcher with the bracket it's all one and I would rather leave that for now. Too excited to use it.
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    Hit up a sale today and found everything I need. Too bad I have to steal from a complete one but it's not like anything will go to waste. Sorry for all the Instagram links, it makes it easier to keep both places up to date. https://www.instagram.com/p/BpKK6zZn...d=ywgno4uagmcj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    Looks like it could use a new set of sweepers, that’s about fifteen minutes. But it looks like you’ve done pretty well!
    Okay I couldnt resist attempting to turn the thumb screw and snapped it. Had to drill it out. Was thinking of which 7409 solution to use then just attempted to put on the 7444 sweepers with the support bar taking the place of the h washer. Worked like a charm with no modding. ����
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveW View Post
    I I might be having a brain fart, but there's kind of 3 different colors being discussed in this thread. A "copper" has a shiny metallic look. Like a shiny penny. It's fairly new in terms of age.

    A brownie is older. The color is similar to the tannish, light brown M&M.

    A copper mist is two tone, a brownie with a fade. I'll try to post some pics when I get to a computer
    Thanks Dave whenever I searched to find it I kept seeing them used the same.

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    Done for now...

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bpj27LIj...d=iwkd0x0mb7r7

    Now I got a line on a red mist and a c code redhead. Fortunately it never ends.

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    Look great!
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    Strong work!
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